27° & SUNNY ON MONDAY 27 MARCH IN SYDNEY
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    • WILD ROPES AT TARONGA ZOO

      Get your Tarzan on while seeing the Opera House from new heights.

    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

      This lavish adaptation of Disney's classic fairy tale blends nostalgia with a refreshing sense of progress.

    • NADIA HERNANDEZ: COSAS ANTES Y DESPUéS (THINGS BEFORE AND AFTER)

      Venezuelan folklore, hope and decay are the focus of a new art exhibition in Surry Hills.

    • TWT CREATIVE PRECINCT BLOCK PARTY

      Explore Sydney's underrated northern art locale at a one-night-only block party.

    • NO LIGHTS NO LYCRA: EARTH HOUR EDITION

      Dance in the dark for a global cause.

    • CARMEN — HANDA OPERA ON SYDNEY HARBOUR

      Bull fighters, civil war and fireworks will grace Opera Australia's floating stage.

    • BIG FASHION SALE 2017

      Pick up samples and one-offs from cult Australian and international designers at a highly reasonable price.

    • PYRMONT GROWERS MARKET

      The monthly inner city produce market returns.

    • ALLIANCE FRANCAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      This year sees 45 formidable films on offer, from the Audrey Tatou-starring Jacques Cousteau biopic to Venice Film Festival highlight Planetarium.

    • THE MORRISON'S CRAB CARNIVAL 2017

      Four weeks of crab in absolutely everything (even the cocktails).

    • THE DEATH AND LIFE OF OTTO BLOOM

      This small scale Australian sci-fi romance has a fascinating premise, but ultimately fails to deliver.

    • LOVING

      An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.

    • THE LOVE WITCH

      This retro horror-comedy dissecting cinematic sexism is pure movie magic.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

      It won't be remembered as a landmark horror flick, but this over-the-top effort is still entertainingly unnerving.

    • MOV'IN BED CINEMA 2017

      Parramatta's outdoor bed cinema.

    • ART MONTH 2017

      An entire month of art takes over Sydney's conventional, unconventional and philosophical spaces in March.

    • THE DARK MATTERS

      Some of China's most prominent contemporary artists explore a tale as old as time at White Rabbit.

    • JASPER JONES

      A young local cast does terrific work in this engaging adaptation of a beloved Australian novel.

    • DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE

      A fascinating look at the life of the famous film critic and the iconic local titles he helped champion.

    • T2: TRAINSPOTTING

      This highly anticipated sequel is packed with nostalgia, for better and for worse.

    • UNDER THE SUN: REIMAGINING MAX DUPAIN'S SUNBAKER

      Fifteen artists reimagine Max Dupain's iconic 'Sunbaker' photograph.

    • HIDDEN FIGURES

      An inspiring true story buoyed by three infectious performances.

    • MARK COLVIN'S KIDNEY - BELVOIR

      It all starts with the News of the World phone hacking scandal...

    • SUPERPOSITION OF THREE TYPES

      13 Australian contemporary artists challenge how colour and form influence abstraction.

    • AWAY - SYDNEY THEATRE COMPANY

      If you haven't seen Michael Gow's much-performed classic on stage, now's your chance.

    • RICHARD 3

      Power plays run this contemporary look at the man who believed "conscience is but a word that coward's use".

    • THAT'S AMORE DINNERS

      121BC's Giorgio De Maria and Café Paci's Pasi Petanen invite you to dinner.

    • PATRIOTS DAY

      This thriller about the Boston bombings is well crafted, but recent political developments make it a rather uncomfortable watch.

    • BEFORE THE RAIN

      Get a handle on Hong Kong, a city defined by humidity and upturned by political downpour just a few years ago.

    • KONG: SKULL ISLAND

      Big, dumb and fun, Kong is an exhilarating, old-school action romp.

    • EXIT

      Immerse yourself in a 360-degree wake-up call.

    • MARGARET OLLEY: PAINTER, PEER, MENTOR, MUSE

      A celebration of the Australian painter's work and legacy.

    • JOHN OLSEN: THE YOU BEAUT COUNTRY

      See how one of Australia's most celebrated artists depicts the Australian landscape.

    • GINGERGIRL POP-UP

      Melbourne's Gingerboy has popped up in Sydney for the summer.

    • GLEBE MARKETS

      Glebe's weekly go-to for pre-loved fashion, vinyl records and freshly made limeade.

    • MOONLIGHT CINEMA 2016-17

      Another awesome outdoor film program for the summer.

    • MEGAN GECKLER: A MILLION THINGS THAT MAKE YOUR HEAD SPIN

      Step inside a dazzling rainbow this summer.

    • MYURAN SUKUMARAN: ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE

      The first posthumous exhibition by Myuran Sukumaran, who was executed in Indonesia in 2015.

    • TRAMSHEDS ARTISAN LANE SUNDAY MARKETS

      A new European-inspired Sunday food market.

    • SAPORIUM MARKET DAY

      The Rosebery foodie precinct's new weekly market.

    • YOGA AT POCKET CITY FARMS

      Finally a yoga practice where you can literally touch the earth.

    • SWEET ADDICTION

      Smell, touch and — most importantly — taste your way through the history of chocolate.

    • COMEDY LOUNGE HAPPY HOUR SATURDAYS

      A new Saturday comedy show running (conveniently) during happy hour.

    • EQ VILLAGE MARKETS

      Get your weekly shop from local growers and producers.

    • THE GREAT WALL

      This massive Chinese-American co-production suffers from thin characters, but visually it's outstanding.

    • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

      This captivating doco was the darling of last year's festival circuit.

    • DRINKS FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY AT THE HORSE

      Purchase a SKYY Vodka equality cocktail and $1.00 will go towards justice for LGBTI+ Australians.

    • THE SALESMAN

      The latest Oscar-winning drama from Iran's Asghar Farhadi makes for compelling viewing, even if it feels a tad familiar.

    • DRINKS FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY AT THE SWANSON HOTEL

      Purchase a SKYY Vodka equality cocktail and $1.00 will go towards justice for LGBTI+ Australians.

    • THE HOMOSEXUALS, OR FAGGOTS - GRIFFIN THEATRE COMPANY

      A provocative play that takes the piss out of hypocrites on both the right and the left.

    • THE BLEEDING TREE - SYDNEY THEATRE COMPANY

      Victorian playwright Angus Cerini's Helpmann-winning play returns.

    • CONSENSUAL - NEW THEATRE

      An Australian premiere that should generate a few school staffroom debates.

    • TOSCA - OPERA AUSTRALIA

      John Bell relocates opera to Nazi-occupied 1940s Rome.

    • THE LADEN TABLE - BAKEHOUSE THEATRE COMPANY

      Spend Eid and Yom Kippur with three generations of two families. Things will erupt.

    • APEROL SPRITZ SUNDAYS AT WATSONS BAY BOUTIQUE HOTEL

      A pop-up bar appears to farewell the warmer months.

    • MISS SLOANE

      Jessica Chastain delivers a masterclass in this taut political thriller.

    • LOGAN

      A violent, gritty, soulful tribute to the character behind so much of this franchise's enduring popularity.

    • MAY SPACE: FOURTEEN

      The reincarnation of Brenda May Gallery is launching their first exhibition as MAY SPACE.

    • FIST FIGHT

      An early contender for the worst movie of the year.

    • RINGS

      This unwanted horror sequel is an even bigger drag than its villain's hairdo.

    • CARRIAGEWORKS FARMERS MARKETS

      Mike McInerney's taken things next-level at Sydney's beloved Saturday markets.

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